Hello, I have been getting heart palpitations for 1 week now and seemed to be getting more frequent. Went to emerg yesterday and blood work came back negative, EKG was ok, but heart monitor would fluctuate from 52-60 and the drop to 38-41 every 5 mins or so.. Anyone have any suggestions or advice?View Thread
I do eat fairly healthy. I have been taking Greens plus every morning for over 4 months now and just 2 weeks ago I bought a different greens plus that had multi vitamin in it. Then 1 week later I started having these. I don't know if its a contributor to be honest. Why would multi vitamins cause palpitations ? My heart rate is low and no stimulants like coffee do anything for me. It's been 12 days now and I am starting to feel better. My chest still feels like I have been punched in the solar plexus and I am not as weak and exhausted. So hopefully Monday I will be back running again. Thank you for your feedback. I appreciate it.View Thread
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